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Hello, I'm Max Glenister — a front-end developer based in Oxford.

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I'm Max Glenister - a front-end developer based in Oxford.

I’m currently working as Lead Front-end Developer at 2degrees, where I work with Django, Sass, and Responsive Web Design to help deliver a community website to over 40,000 visitors per month.

When not at 2degrees I’m 50% of the awesome Web Design duo Marmalade & Jam. We create websites for businesses in and around Oxfordshire, with a focus on high quality bespoke designs.

My tools of choice include Sublime Text, Git, Sass, Jekyll, Django, and WordPress.

Some of the things I’ve worked on

2008 – I co-created moanlog. Moanlog is a site where people can go to moan anonymously. My role at moanlog mainly consisted of implementing the front-end of the site, working with Django.

2009 – I created Dingoonity. Dingoonity is an online community centered around a Chinese portable games console called the Dingoo A320, and the development of software for the Dingoo A320. I setup Dingoonity by myself, using Simple Machines Forums and now a team of volunteer staff run the community.

2011 – I created a shell script for Mac OS X to install all available versions of Firefox side-by-side.

2012 – I co-founded Marmalade & Jam with my wife Jenny Broomfield.

2013 – I organised and held my first hack-day called SusHack. SusHack helped start the Oxford Flood Network. You can read more about the first SusHack here.

2014 – I created a shell script to natively install Arch Linux on a HP Chromebook 11, and I organised and held the second SusHack. You can read more about the second SusHack here.

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